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Justice Neil M. Gorsuch for the Supreme Court wrote a second dissent, saying that "The world we inhabit today, with a pandemic upon us, poses unusual challenges. But there is no world in which the Constitution permits Nevada to favor Caesars Palace over Calvary Chapel."
The churchgoers took to Walmart to come together in worship, as churches have been closed, but Walmarts are open. Customers appear to join in as well, and the Walmart is soon ringing with the sounds of praise.
A Philadelphia pastor, Franky Rodriguez of the CDA Community Church, said at the time that "In more than 2000 years the church has faced and survived many adversities, including two world wars, The Spanish Flu and The Great Plague. The church is not going to go away because we the people of God are the church! In times of trouble the Church gets closer, not further apart.
IMHO, faith is the glue that holds our country together, no matter where you worship....church, temple, mosque, forest or whatever.
originally posted by: Irishhaf
Not a big fan of any organized religion, but this tickles me good on them and I hope they keep forcing the pricks to deal with people still pursuing their right to assemble and worship.
originally posted by: dug88
a reply to: infolurker
I read that title as 'Walmart Casinos' as in, walmart ran casinos. I'm really glad that was just ats removing symbols from titles on the new thread page. I'd really hate a world where walmart owned casinos...just seems like something from the future of back to the future 2 or idiocracy.
originally posted by: incoserv
Was excited about this ... until I saw that there was a political spin and especially that Paula White was involved.
Paula White and her involvement with the administration is at absolute best an embarrassment to any Bible-believing Christian.